Ring provides home security through a video peephole, letting you see who's at the door whether you're inside the house or 100 miles away.
Activity trackers. Pain relief. And, what's that, a motorized dental flosser? Here's a carefully curated collection of high-tech health and fitness gifts.
Amazon is ground zero for Black Friday deals, and we've carefully curated a selection of the best.
If it's an Amazon-branded product, it's been generously marked down during the Black Friday sprint.
Rylo delivers killer image stabilization, target locking, and the ability to define multiple viewing perspectives directly in its iOS app.
Despite a frustrating install, Ring Video Doorbell 2 is still a welcome, improved version of the original doorbell-slash-security camera.
For $199, Ring Video Doorbell 2 upgrades video quality to 1080P, improves night vision, and includes a removable battery and faceplate options.
ShapeScale creates a photorealistic avatar of your body down to a millimeter of accuracy, providing a wealth of information for body builders, fitness freaks, and people who just want to lose weight.
Connect the Tone app to one of three Mustang GT digital guitar amps, and you'll have 1,000-plus effects at your fingertips.
At just $279 for early Kickstarter backers, the Model C is practically an impulse buy. This Picobrew machine also makes sanitization even easier, and is supported by iOS and Android apps.
For $249, the Ring Floodlight Cam may be Ring's most bad guy-unfriendly smart camera yet.
Now here's a product that does what it says it will do. It levitates. Apparently with aplomb.
Philips' new health watch, body analysis scale, blood pressure monitors, and thermometer scream "medical device" in both form and function.
Motor Trend just doodled on the proverbial cocktail napkin, and its Apple Car vision is simultaneously sublime and disturbing.
They might lack sizzle, but the new iPhone SE and 9.7-inch iPad Pro fill important market niches.
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